Four Seasons Hotel Doha launches special summer offers

Four Seasons Hotel Doha launches special summer offers

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Following an extensive refurbishment project and the lifting of Qatar government restrictions, Four Seasons Hotel Doha launches a special offer designed for guests looking to stay closer to home this summer.

The Experience More promotion provides local residents the opportunity to be among the first to enjoy the re-imagined hotel and elevated guest experience - all guided by the new Four Seasons global health and safety program, Lead With Care.

“Now more than ever, our guests - especially our local community - are seeking a well-deserved respite,” says Jeff Rednour, General Manager at Four Seasons Hotel Doha.

“We’re eager to welcome them to a new guest experience that puts the health and safety of our employees and guests at the forefront without compromising genuine Four Seasons care and signature service,” he added.

Led by award-winning and world-renowned interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, the hotel recently completed an extensive renovation of its guest rooms, suites, floors, lobby, and select dining outlets. Guests will appreciate the thoughtful and intentional balance between traditional and modern features.

From Qatari artwork to mother of pearl inserts in the bookcases, the redesign pays homage to Middle Eastern influences while guest rooms and suites boast the latest energy-efficient technologies including automated curtains and lighting systems as well as windows with temperature management preservation.

A strong sense of place and a nod to nature continue throughout the lobby and the hotel’s refreshed dining and lounge outlets such as Nobu, Elements, Seasons Tea Lounge, Arabica, Library and Cigar Lounge, and Pool Grill.

Notably, the Seasons Tea Lounge, reminiscent of a Parisian café, is enhanced with a marbled floor inspired by Islamic mosaic tilework. Guests can enjoy bespoke coffee brewed from single-origin beans at Arabica, complete with a new contemporary coffee and dessert bar.

Experience More Staycation Offer

Guests can make the most of their stay with a credit toward hotel dining, early check-in, and late check-out until 4:00 pm starting from QAR 1,400 per night with a minimum stay of two nights.

With diverse dining and lounge concepts, there is no shortage of options to enjoy food and beverage credits as follows:

Deluxe or Premier Rooms: USD 100 (approximately QAR 360) per stay

Executive or Seaview Suites: USD 150 (approximately QAR 545) per stay

Ambassador One Bedroom Suite: USD 200 (approximately QAR 725) per stay

Offered only this summer, the Experience More promotion is available for online booking now.

Anticipating that the COVID-19 global pandemic will continue to evolve, Four Seasons properties across the world, including Four Seasons Hotel Doha, have launched Lead With Care. A health and safety program provides ongoing, real-time guidance, and clear measures to enhance cleanliness, guest comfort and safety, and employee training.

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By Nubia2019• 3 months 2 weeks ago.
Nubia2019

It's better to donate this money to some poor people than staying at luxurious places at this critical time. Hope people will understand others pain.

By Molten Metal• 3 months 2 weeks ago.
Molten Metal

A real life ....... The best on this planet and every where else too ................

By Molten Metal• 3 months 2 weeks ago.
Molten Metal

A real life ....... The best on this planet and every where else too ................

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